Sunday

Preteen Parent Cue May 19-25

THIS WEEK:
DO THIS:

FAMILY TIME


Spend time discussing what it means to give with our time, money, and talents.  How can each person in the family give to the church?  How can we support and celebrate the good things others give?
REMEMBER THIS:
 Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, forever and ever! Amen.
Ephesians 3:20-21
THE JOURNEY CONTINUES PROJECT:  
Everyone did an amazing job taking their $10 and multiplying it to give back to the Journey Continues Campaign.  If you have not already emailed pictures and videos, please do that asap.  We will have a video on June 2 during the service to showcase everyone's hard work and give the total! 
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
THIS COMING WEEK:

Sunday, May 26

We will have our last regular Sunday School of the school year.


COMING SOON:



Promotion & Summer Sunday School Begins 

June 2 is when our 6th graders will promote into the youth group.  These kids will do youth activities from this point on.  Kids who have completed 4th grade will join our 5th graders in the Bridge classroom #203.  


* Promotion Sunday for preschool through 3rd grade will be August 25. 


Register for Summer Activities Today!


5th graders will be part of our VBX group and can
REGISTER HERE!

6th graders will get to volunteer as helpers and can

REGISTER HERE





Howdy Jr. June 20-22

Hey parents of 4th-5th-grade students, be sure to register your children for Southland Bridge 56 Howdy Jr. Retreat! We will make some great memories through Bible study, rec games, worship, swimming, and ropes course activities! Cost is $40 and will be at Mo-Ranch this year. Follow this link to register your student today!

http://tinyurl.com/HOWDYJR19



Camp for 5th Grade


Register online HERE

Email janet@southlandbaptist.org for scholarship information.


Camp for 6th Grade


Youth Camp is open for students who have completed 6th-12th Grade and will be at Glorieta Group Camp in New Mexico this year.  Cost is $300 per person with scholarships available. 

Register Online HERE!
From Parent Cue:

THE BIG ROCKS:
WHAT I WANT TO TEACH MY KIDS

By Reggie Joiner



"The group consisting of mother, father and child is the main educational agency of mankind." - Martin Luther King Jr.
One of the most sobering truths about parenting is that you are teaching your children something, whether you are being intentional or not. Sure, you may not teach your children everything they need to know about Calculus or Biology, but your children are learning things from you as a parent that they will carry with them for the rest of their lives.
Are you familiar with the “Big Rock” illustration about teaching? A person is given a large container, big rocks, and a pile of sand. They are told to fill the container to capacity. Savvy leaders put the big rocks in first and then fill the sand in last. It’s just the best way to get the most material inside the jar.
The point is that you will be a key influence that puts the “big rocks” in your child’s life.
Copyright © 2019 The reThink Group. Inc. All rights reserved. www.ParentCue.org
 

Elementary Parent Cue May 19-25

THIS WEEK:
DO THIS:

FAMILY TIME


Spend time discussing what it means to give with our time, money, and talents.  How can each person in the family give to the church?  How can we support and celebrate the good things others give?
REMEMBER THIS:
 Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, forever and ever! Amen.
Ephesians 3:20-21
THE JOURNEY CONTINUES PROJECT:  
Everyone did an amazing job taking their $10 and multiplying it to give back to the Journey Continues Campaign.  If you have not already emailed pictures and videos, please do that asap.  We will have a video on June 2 during the service to showcase everyone's hard work and give the total! 
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
THIS COMING WEEK:

Sunday, May 26

We will have our last regular Sunday School of the school year.


COMING SOON:



Summer Sunday School June 2 - August 18

Every Sunday during the Summer, kids will combine into classes during the 11:00 Sunday School hour.  Kids who have completed Kinder-3rd Grade will be downstairs in classroom #100.  Kids who have completed 4th & 5th Grade will promote into the Bridge classroom #203.  


* Promotion Sunday for preschool through 3rd grade will be August 25. 


Register for Summer Activities Today!


Register your kids online HERE!

Register as a volunteer HERE!




Howdy Jr. June 20-22

Hey parents of 4th-5th-grade students, be sure to register your children for Southland Bridge 56 Howdy Jr. Retreat! We will make some great memories through Bible study, rec games, worship, swimming, and ropes course activities! Cost is $40 and will be at Mo-Ranch this year. Follow this link to register your student today!

http://tinyurl.com/HOWDYJR19


Kid's Camp

Register Online HERE!

Email janet@southlandbaptist.org for scholarship information.
From Parent Cue:

THE BIG ROCKS:
WHAT I WANT TO TEACH MY KIDS

By Reggie Joiner



"The group consisting of mother, father and child is the main educational agency of mankind." - Martin Luther King Jr.
One of the most sobering truths about parenting is that you are teaching your children something, whether you are being intentional or not. Sure, you may not teach your children everything they need to know about Calculus or Biology, but your children are learning things from you as a parent that they will carry with them for the rest of their lives.
Are you familiar with the “Big Rock” illustration about teaching? A person is given a large container, big rocks, and a pile of sand. They are told to fill the container to capacity. Savvy leaders put the big rocks in first and then fill the sand in last. It’s just the best way to get the most material inside the jar.
The point is that you will be a key influence that puts the “big rocks” in your child’s life.
Copyright © 2019 The reThink Group. Inc. All rights reserved. www.ParentCue.org
 

Monday

Preteen Parent Cue May 12-18


DO THIS:

FAMILY TIME


Q & A for kids: Would you rather get a no-homework pass, or a no-chore pass? Why?
Q & A for parents: What is the hardest thing you've ever accomplished? How did you feel when it was done?
REMEMBER THIS:
“But those who trust in the Lord will receive new strength. They will fly as high as eagles. They will run and not get tired. They will walk and not grow weak.”
Isaiah 40:31, NIrV
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
THIS COMING WEEK:

No InsideOut until August 28!


COMING SOON:

Save the Date for this Summer!


5th graders will be part of our VBX group and can
REGISTER HERE!

6th graders will get to volunteer as helpers and can

REGISTER HERE





Howdy Jr. June 20-22
Hey parents of 4th-5th-grade students, be sure to register your children for Southland Bridge 56 Howdy Jr. Retreat! We will make some great memories through Bible study, rec games, worship, swimming, and ropes course activities! Cost is $40 and will be at Mo-Ranch this year. Follow this link to register your student today!
http://tinyurl.com/HOWDYJR19



Camp for 5th Grade

Register online HERE!
Let us know if you need scholarship help.  We want all kids to come!


Camp for 6th Grade
Youth Camp is open for students who have completed 6th-12th Grade and will be at Glorieta Group Camp in New Mexico this year.  Cost is $300 per person with scholarships available. 
Register Online HERE!
From Parent Cue:

MOTHER'S DAY GETS COMPLICATED

By Sarah Anderson


Mother’s Day highlights the gap that exists between what we wish were true and what isn’t. It’s a day where we are confronted with our highest hopes and our current disappointments.
Any other day we are okay with children who sometimes make us want to pull our hair out; we have learned to manage the hand life dealt us, so different from the one where we imagined we were mothers, or where our mothers were different from what they are; we might be able to get through without stopping up short, confronted afresh with emotions the loss of our mom or our babies have invited into our lives.
But not this day. This day it’s hard to escape what any other day we might adequately push through or cover over. And that makes it hard . . .
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Elementary Parent Cue May 12-18


DO THIS:

FAMILY TIME


Q & A for kids: Would you rather get a no-homework pass, or a no-chore pass? Why?
Q & A for parents: What is the hardest thing you've ever accomplished? How did you feel when it was done?
REMEMBER THIS:
“But those who trust in the Lord will receive new strength. They will fly as high as eagles. They will run and not get tired. They will walk and not grow weak.”
Isaiah 40:31, NIrV
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
THIS COMING WEEK:

NO InsideOut until August!


Children's Mini-Musical on Sunday, May 19 during the morning worship service.

Rehearsal May 15, 5:30-7:00 pm.  Dinner Provided.



COMING SOON:

Save the Date for this Summer!


Register your kids online HERE!

Register as a volunteer HERE!





Howdy Jr. June 20-22
Hey parents of 4th-5th-grade students, be sure to register your children for Southland Bridge 56 Howdy Jr. Retreat! We will make some great memories through Bible study, rec games, worship, swimming, and ropes course activities! Cost is $40 and will be at Mo-Ranch this year. Follow this link to register your student today!
http://tinyurl.com/HOWDYJR19




Kid's Camp

Register Online HERE!
Let us know if you need scholarship help.  We want all kids to come!
From Parent Cue:

MOTHER'S DAY GETS COMPLICATED

By Sarah Anderson


Mother’s Day highlights the gap that exists between what we wish were true and what isn’t. It’s a day where we are confronted with our highest hopes and our current disappointments.
Any other day we are okay with children who sometimes make us want to pull our hair out; we have learned to manage the hand life dealt us, so different from the one where we imagined we were mothers, or where our mothers were different from what they are; we might be able to get through without stopping up short, confronted afresh with emotions the loss of our mom or our babies have invited into our lives.
But not this day. This day it’s hard to escape what any other day we might adequately push through or cover over. And that makes it hard . . .
CONTINUE READING ON THE PARENT CUE BLOG
Download the free Parent Cue App
Copyright © 2019 The reThink Group. Inc. All rights reserved. www.ParentCue.org